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Links to Parrondo's paradox resources and information:

  1. Cut The Knot! An interactive column using Java applets, by Alex Bogomolny.
  2. On-line Simulator for Parrondo's Paradox, by Lee Spector.
  3. Mathematica in Action: Parrondo's Paradox, by Dan Vellerman and Stan Wagon.
  4. "Parrondo's paradox" simulator, by J. Langton.
  5. Parrondo's paradoxal games, by Jean-Paul Davalan.
  6. Losing to win, Ivars Peterson's MathTrek
  7. Brownian motor simulator, by Franz-Josef Elmer.

Links to groups around the world working on various forms of Parrondo's paradox:

  1. Juan M. R. Parrondo's home page—Universidad Complutense Madrid (UCM), Spain.
  2. Chris Van den Broeck's home page—Limburgs Universitair Centrum, Belgium.
  3. David A. Meyer's home page—University of California San Diego (UCSD), USA.
  4. Neil F. Johnson's home page—University of Oxford, UK.
  5. Raul Toral's home page—Universitat de les Illes Balears (UIB), Spain.
  6. Tian Y. Tsong's home page—University of Minnesota, USA.
  7. Ehrhard Behrend's home page—Freie Universität Berlin, Germany.
  8. Magnus Boman's home page—Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Sweden.
  9. Peter G. Taylor's home page—University of Melbourne, Australia.
  10. Paul C.W. Davies' home page—Macquarie University, Australia.
  11. Adrian P. Flitney's home page—University of Melbourne, Australia.
  12. Katja Lindenberg's home pageUniversity of California San Diego (UCSD), USA
  13. Adam Arkin's home pageLawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA.
  14. Jaroslaw A. Miszczak's home pageUniversity of Silesia, Poland.
  15. Quantum Systems and Informatics Group home pagePolish Academy of Science, Poland.